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I suggest you contact the maker by going to their web site http://www.genevawatchgroup.com/ (this is the maker) and speaking to them. You are not the first to have this kind of problem and they should be able to sort it out for you.
You need a watchmakers knife or caseback opening tool to open your watch. 1)If your watch has screwdown back, there should be grooves in caseback where you have to put in opener and unscrew that caseback. 2)If your watch has a 'clip-on' caseback, you have to carefuly examine the caseback and find the groove between caseback and watch case (it is called 'the lip'). This is the right point where to insert the blade of wtchmakers knife and open it using pressure and lever action. 3)The safest, but dearest way is to visit your nearest watch repair shop and ask for battery replacement. You may ask the watchmaker to show you how to do that, so, in future you can do that yourself. Do not forget to rate, please.
there is aspecial tool to replace watch backs if it wont click back on with fingers dont press too hard you might break the glass. walk into a shop that fits batteries and say you got it done and it fell off. maybe a small family jeweller would be best. if this helps please rate